We should demand that our neighbours live up to their responsibilities for unaccompanied children already in their territory.
Posts Tagged: Syria
David Davis: What I saw in Syria. And what Britain should do to help end its barbarous civil war – in its own interest, ours, and the world’s
This is better way of dealing with both migration and the terror threat than the patchwork measures taken so far by the EU.
Another major issue raised by the hostile approach of Baghdad and the virtual collapse of Iraq is whether they can, during the coming years, move towards independence.
And, just as importantly, can it be held against ISIS and whoever might come after them?
The former Shadow Home Secretary met Assad in Damascus.
Foreign Office ministers are stuck in the mentality of prioritising geopolitical ploys over a grave humanitarian crisis: this has to change.
A key question is whether we want their entry into Europe to be controlled by governments or by gangs of people smugglers.
Why is the Government allowing itself to be bullied into accepting this baseless policy by civil servants?
Merkel’s proposed deal with Turkey reminds us that staying in the EU means yet more costs and more risks
The agreement would cost British taxpayers a fortune and establish free movement of people between Calais and Turkey’s porous border with Syria.
Syrians will remember the promises we made and failed to keep for generations.
Mark Field: This Conservative Government’s foreign policy has already marked a break from the Coalition’s
At last we could pass a decisive parliamentary vote for cooperative action in Syria, and now lead a reform agenda in the EU which could make way for two-tier membership.
The lesson is not that military intervention never works – it is that it will fail strategically without proper reconstruction.
The country’s brief period of Muslim Brotherhood rule was a disaster – for its economy, its security and its society.
Victory and peace abroad cannot be won by trying to bomb your enemies into submission.
In 1968 churches independently organised relief flights to Nigeria – a mission that saved the lives of a million children.